Drogheda Wheel­ers launch new Cy­cling for Begin­ners sec­tion

Drogheda Independent - - NEWS -

IF you have ever thought of be­ing a So­cial/Leisure Cy­clist then Drogheda Wheel­ers want to hear from you.

Over the past num­ber of years Cy­cling had be­come a very pop­u­lar pas­time for thou­sands of peo­ple, be it young or old male or fe­male. Ev­ery­one can ben­e­fit from not only the healthy part of cy­cling but also the so­cial as­pect.

To this end Drogheda Wheel­ers will be start­ing an adult ‘Cy­cling for begin­ners’ sec­tion.

Any­one from the age of 20 up­wards can avail of this ini­tia­tive, the only qual­i­fi­ca­tion needed is a road bike , a hel­met and of course the will­ing­ness to be part of a learn­ing group.

If you are in­ter­ested the please come along to the Thatch Pub on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 15 th at 8pm.

For fur­ther de­tails and in­for­ma­tion please con­tact Jackie on 0868188149 or Dave on 08728075420.

Drogheda Wheel­ers was founded in 1985 when mem­ber­ship in two ex­ist­ing clubs St Marys and Na Boinne were get­ting small, so an amal­ga­ma­tion was the nat­u­ral route to go. Drogheda Wheel­ers had been in ex­is­tence in the for­ties and fifties but ceased to ex­ist round about the late fifties. So with this amal­ga­ma­tion Drogheda Wheel­ers mark 2 was born. The club has gone on to en­joy suc­cess at var­i­ous lev­els since and on the pro­mo­tion front is one of the hard­est work­ing clubs in the coun­try with our army of stewards the envy of many larger clubs.

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